The Seasons of Life Continue

Today's thought

Swirling leaves in air, encrusted in snow,

Gardens are frozen, as howling winds blow.

Autumn’s delight, a fragmented past,

Golden hues dissipate, into a season of last.

Summer’s light, now brings early dark,

Gone are the lyrics of the passing lark.

Now bundled up, some mittens lost,

No longer is green, a fade to frost.

Β©D.G. Kaye – 2013

 

15 thoughts on “The Seasons of Life Continue

  1. A sense of gratitude in this one, too. I love this poem and the photo. Hope you are warm and eager for the arrival of the book. Soon, I think, very soon.

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  2. Dg , sweets…

    Woah, Bow to the poet!!!…
    Really a good one here .Swirling leaves in air, encrusted in snow…
    I love the metaphors related to fall and the way you linked it to past and time itself.

    My favorite verses here are:

    “Autumn’s delight, a fragmented past /Golden hues dissipate, into a season of last.

    Gone are the lyrics of the passing lark/… No longer is green, a fade to frost”.

    It has been a pleasure to come acroos this meaningful poem. TY & Cheers xx;
    Aquileana πŸ˜‰

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    1. Oh you are so dear! I love your inspiring visits here and glad that I can touch you with my words! Thank you my friend! πŸ™‚

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